Windows 10: Disabling Integrated graphics changes my monitor refresh rate

Discus and support Disabling Integrated graphics changes my monitor refresh rate in Windows 10 Gaming to solve the problem; I have a Tracer iii hdr 600. The integrated graphics are constantly slowing things down but when I disable them in the device manager, my laptop... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Gaming' started by Molinators, Jul 15, 2021.

  1. Disabling Integrated graphics changes my monitor refresh rate


    I have a Tracer iii hdr 600. The integrated graphics are constantly slowing things down but when I disable them in the device manager, my laptop changes what it recognizes my monitor at from 144hz to 64hz. I can't tell if there's something wrong with the GPU driver or the screen connection or if the integrated graphics are really important.

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    Molinators, Jul 15, 2021
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  2. Refresh rate Problem

    Hi Robert,

    Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community.

    Screen refresh rate is the rate at which the data displayed on screen is refreshed; it may be an image or some text document. Most of the users would like to set it to a higher rate but this also depends on the capacity of graphic
    card and monitors. If the refresh rate is slow, the images on the display looks as flickering to the user eye and makes it uncomfortable to work.

    Nowadays the latest monitors available in market will have minimum 60 Hz of refresh rate and it is very good option to set it to 70 Hz if you your monitor is compatible. Normally a high performance or quality monitors can reach
    120 Hz of refresh rate. So I would suggest you to set your monitor refresh rate as higher as possible, below given steps describes how to access this feature on your Windows 8.1/10 PC.

    • The default refresh rate setting is 60 Hertz (HZ); however, your monitor may support a higher setting. Check your manufacturer's documentation for information about the settings that your monitor supports.
    • If you use a higher refresh rate, you can reduce the rate that your screen flickers; however, if you specify a refresh rate that is too high for your monitor, your screen may become unusable and your hardware may be damaged.
    • Changes to the refresh rate affect all users that log on to the computer.
    I would, as of now, suggest you to visit the computer manufacturer's support website and install the latest display and chipset drivers available for the latest operating system (currently it would be 8.1 in the list).

    Hope this information is helpful. Please feel free to reply in case you face any other issues with Windows in future.
     
    Niranjan Manjhi, Jul 15, 2021
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  3. Monitor refresh rate

    Hi Maypher

    My name is Dayarys I am an independent advisor I will try to help you. Please follow the steps below :

    Click on the Windows logo corner and Open Settings (gear icon).

    Click on System.

    Click on Display.

    Click the Advanced display settings link.

    Click the Display adapter properties for Display 1

    Click the Monitor tab.

    Under "Monitor Settings," use the drop-down menu to select the refresh rate you wish.

    If you already did that like you showing, keep in mind that the refresh rates you can select will always depend on the monitor, graphics adapter, and resolution your device is using.

    Your monitor show the 144hz and 60hz option but doest mean that it works at an intermediate rate.

    You can try to update your graphic card by your laptop manufacturer model or change your resolution, but if you don't have the option no one configuration or software can change it. Sorry to give you bad news.

    Regards Dayarys
     
    Dayarys Garcia Chirino, Jul 15, 2021
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  4. Disabling Integrated graphics changes my monitor refresh rate

    Monitor Refresh Rate Keep changes from 144 Refresh rate to 60 Refresh rate after running a game.

    Monitor Refresh Rate Keep changes from 144 Refresh rate to 60 Refresh rate after running CS:GO, I've set it to 144 Refresh rate in nvidia Control Panel it keeps changing back to 60 Refresh rate same thing
    in Advanced Display Settings changing it to 144 Refresh rate it does the same. When I reboot my PC the problem fixes but when I launch CS:GO again it happens again.

    I tried reinstalling graphics card didn't help. moreover I tried reinstalling CS:GO to another disk or removing the -refresh 144 or changing to -freq 144 from the launch options nothing works. PLEASE HELP!

    GPU: GTX 1050 TI

    Monitor: Asus VG248QE
     
    michaelyroshevsky3, Jul 15, 2021
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